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Black law of FCR continues to evade legislators attention
DAWN Group

Black law of FCR continues to evade legislators attention

The Frontier Crimes Regulation (FCR) is widely believed to be a black law, but it still continues to be the prime law governing the tribal agencies. While the colonial rulers who created FCR had left this land over 67 years ago, the successive ... DAWN Group, 1 month ago

Mobile phones used for networking frontier underworld of smugglers

Bangladeshi mobile-phone networks are allegedly being used as key communication tools for growing smuggling and crimes, intelligence sources said. They said by using such mobile networks, a large number of unregistered SIM cards from several ...
 Financial Express Bangladesh1 month ago

Cracking crime in 90 minutes

Last week, about 20 officers from Phoenix, the Maricopa County Attorney's Office, Tucson and other agencies gathered in an unassuming classroom at DPS Phoenix headquarters. After 36 hours of training, they became certified to swab, clip and run ...
 AZCentral.com3 weeks ago
Melbourne Age

In short, fiction & non-fiction reviews

PICK OF THE WEEK For a debut novel, this is a professional and confident foray into the realms of crime fiction. Detective Leone Scamarcio is dogged by his family history: his father, now dead, was a leading Mafiosi. Scamarcio turned his back on ...
 Melbourne Age1 month ago
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Spiegel Online

Europe's Deadly Borders An Inside Look at EU's Shameful Immigration Policy

09/11/2014 11:24 AM An Inside Look atEU's Shameful Immigration Policy By Maximilian Popp Along the frontiers between Spain and Morocco, Greece and Turkey and Hungary and Serbia, the EU is deploying brutal methods to keep out undesired ...
 Spiegel Online1 month ago

Gun Fight at Lake Ozark

O Outlaw culture is a venerable tradition at Lake Ozark. In frontier days, it was reputedly a hideout for Jesse James; in the 1920s and '30s, according to local historian H. Dwight Weaver, the area provided a base of operations for Ku Klux Klan ...
 National Journal1 month ago
The Express Tribune

The FCR and FATA's quagmire

On the societal level, the Taliban militancy in FATA owes itself to the dilapidated governance sanctioned by the Frontier Crimes Regulation (FCR). The Taliban capitalised on the state's delivery deficit and struck a deep chord with locals. Repealing ...
 Daily Times1 month ago FCR: Man playing god with the people of Fata  The Express Tribune1 month ago FCR: Are the people of Fata not citizens of Pakistan?  The Express Tribune1 month ago

Smartphone Kill Switch Law: Who Gets to Shut Off Devices?

California passed a law this week that, depending on who you believe, will bring about either a drastic drop in violent crime or an increased risk of terrorism—apparently with the possibility of little in between.The law mandates that all ...
 Nextgov.com1 month ago The Harsh, Polarizing Language of a 'Kill Switch' for Smartphones  Yahoo! Finance1 month ago Lawmakers call for a cellphone kill switch  Yahoo! News1 month ago
NDTV

WRAPUP 1-British national contracts Ebola in Sierra Leone

* British victim a resident of Sierra Leone * Sierra Leone makes hiding Ebola cases a crime * Ivory Coast shuts land borders with Liberia, Guinea * Brussels Airlines cancels flights over Senegal ban By Belinda Goldsmith and Umaru Fofana ...
 Reuters2 months ago British National Contracts Ebola in Sierra Leone  NDTV2 months ago British Ebola patient arrives in London (Yahoo7 and Agencies)  Yahoo! News Australia2 months ago UK on Ebola alert as infected aid worker flies home  Zimbabwe Herald2 months ago
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John Lothian Newsletter: LME plans to raise fees by a third; Isda seeks green light on margin model; British Regulators Discuss Settlement With Banks in Currency Case

First Read Bouncing Baby Lanes Jim Kharouf Today, we bring great news to the futures industry. Rick Lane, CEO of Trading Technologies and his wife Megan celebrated the birth of twins last Wednesday. Wheeler James and Evelyn Irene are ...
 John Lothian Newsletter3 weeks ago John Lothian Newsletter: Shareholders give LSE green light for Frank Russell deal; U.S. regulator would welcome delay of EU clearing rules; ICE to Acquire Majority Stake in Holland Clearing House  John Lothian Newsletter1 month ago John Lothian Newsletter: Investment Technology Group to Launch Dark Pool for Bond Trading; Regulators Propose Rule to Reduce Risk of Derivatives; Fed steps up search for Libor alternative  John Lothian Newsletter1 month ago John Lothian Newsletter: Eurex Delays Plan for Moscow Exchange Partnership; Wells Fargo to shut its dark pool as demand falls; Demand for SEFs Goes Unmet Outside US  John Lothian Newsletter1 week ago
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